This beautiful, double-fronted, 200 year old mid-terrace cottage is located on the fringe of the pretty village of Carno in Powys.
Surrounded by some wonderful countryside, and with strong connections to the designer and entrepreneur Laura Ashley who is buried in the village churchyard, this wonderful cottage provides a welcoming home from home and is an ideal base for exploring the area, perfect for couples, families or friends.
Boasting some original features, this charming cottage has been sympathetically renovated to a high standard ensuring all your needs are catered for.
The cottage is well-presented and tastefully styled throughout oozing charm and character with Laura Ashley accessories, stylish rugs, matching curtains and co-ordinating furniture with some shabby chic French influences.
Each room is uniquely styled and tastefully-decorated, most feature a wonderful accent wall blending with neutral tones and warming pastel colours.
The two sitting rooms are comfortable with wood flooring throughout and the main sitting room boasts a lovely fireplace with exposed stone and red brick, housing a warming woodburner, perfect for those chillier evenings.
The well-equipped kitchen with dining area is ideal for a leisurely breakfast whilst planning the day ahead and the downstairs utility is a welcome addition to this holiday cottage.
Upstairs three light and bright bedrooms are spacious and well-appointed with a good sized family bathroom complete with bath and separate shower.
Outside, through the stable door from the kitchen, there is a delightful courtyard, providing an ideal spot to enjoy a morning cup of coffee.
Steps lead up to a further raised garden area which enjoys a sunny aspect and is the perfect place to enjoy alfresco dining or if you simply just want to relax and unwind after a busy day out and about exploring the riches this area has to offer.
Carno is a pretty village with a village shop and pub and is well-known for its connections with Welsh born designer, Laura Ashley, her final resting place is here and the company’s original factory was here until 2005 when it closed.
Caersws, situated on the River Severn is only six miles away, and there are some wonderful walks in the area.
You are ideally placed to explore the stunning Cambrian Mountain landscapes with the breathtaking Llyn Clywedog and its impressive dam, rich in wildlife and set in idyllic surroundings, you may even be lucky enough to spot the red kites in this area.
Why not take a trip to Newtown, rich in industrial heritage much of which is established in the textiles?
You will also find a number of shops, pubs, museums and an art gallery here.
This scenic part of Mid Wales boasts many outdoor activities too, including walking, cycling, fishing and the Mid Wales shooting centre is only a 10 minute drive away.
A little further afield is the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy or perhaps take a day trip to the formidable National Trust's Powis Castle, and the chance to experience the medieval castle rising from the Italianate terraces and yew hedges.
Whatever you fancy doing, there is so much to see and do in this area and this lovely cottage offers the perfect base from which to explore anytime of the year.